Crime by moonlight

I’m generally an honest soul – working hard for my crust, sticking to the straight-‘n’-narrer, loyaller than Liz’s favourite Corgi – but now and again I do like to moonlight.

Specifically on 10 and 11 November this year, I’m co-running a crime/thriller weekend that takes place in London as part of the Curtis Brown Creative programme. My co-host is Meg Gardiner, author of some terrific US set thrillers.

Meg and I will make a good double act, I think. She writes riproaring plots; I’m a bit of a style obsessive. She can be Californian-motivational; I’m your man for Euro-dark and psychological. She’s got brains; I’m the eye-candy. And if that’s not enough, then Orion’s Steve Mosby will drop in and tell you how it’s really done.

You can get info about the course details here. More about Meg here. If you’re on this site, you probably know all you want to about me, but if you truly want more, you can get it here.

If you’ve got booking questions, please check out the CBC website or contact them for more info. This isn’t a WW course, so we can’t provide answers. It’d be lovely to see a few of you nice WW types on that weekend, so if you missed the Festival and can make it to London for early November, I look forward to seeing you then.

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  • amy

    I just love thrillers. Gte glues to them as soon as i pick one.